Wolves are pleased to confirm match-to-match ticket prices for the 2017/18 season, which includes discounts in certain areas and some special offers for the opening game against Middlesbrough.
Match ticket prices will not increase for the forthcoming season and for the majority of games, which will be graded as category B, adult supporters will benefit from a cheaper price in the Steve Bull Upper of £25*, taking this stand in-line with the two stands behind the goals.
Category A games will remain at the same price as 2016/17 of £30* for an adult in the Steve Bull Upper.
In a bid to make Molineux as full as possible next season, significant investments have made in the infrastructure to include two new big screens and an improved PA system. A Carling Fans Zone will be open in the Stan Cullis Quadrant to try and create a lively and noisy atmosphere for fans who enjoy the experience of the South Bank but, due to its popularity, find it difficult to buy tickets in there.
The commitment to trying to fill the stadium starts with the very first game – against Middlesbrough at Molineux on Saturday, August 5th (3pm).
For this game season ticket holders will be able to claim up to two additional tickets for friends and family for just £5* per person.
In addition, supporters can buy two adult tickets for the opening of the Quadrant Fans Zone for just £35*, saving £15 for the pair.
Middlesbrough has been classified as a Category B game meaning that adult fans can also benefit from the cheaper £25* price in the Steve Bull Upper for this game.
My Wolves members who signed up by direct debit and qualified for their free ticket are reminded that they can also redeem this for Wolves v Middlesbrough. To do so go online here https://www.wolvestickets.co.uk/en-GB/categories/home
Tickets will be on sale to members from 9am on Saturday 8th July from wolvestickets.co.uk or the Ticket Office on 0871 222 1877 and on general sale from 10am on Wednesday 12th July. Please note that season ticket holders will not be able to claim the additional £5 tickets until Wednesday. If you’re not yet a member there’s still time to join and benefit from the priority window for the season-opener. Sign up online or contact the Ticket Office, seasonal membership for adults is £17.50 for the season and juniors just £15. Click here to find out more https://www.wolves.co.uk/tickets/membership/
Any fans still thinking about buying a season ticket can do so online or from the Ticket Office. Adult prices start from just £384* and junior prices are still frozen at £23* for Under 12s and £50* for Under 17’s.
The club will also be announcing details of a new group booking scheme in the coming weeks. Click here to register your interest.
Managing Director Laurie Dalrymple has explained the reasoning behind the match-to-match ticket prices which are the result of extensive discussion and analysis, and listening to supporter feedback.
“We were delighted with the number of supporters who purchased Season Tickets – almost 16,000 now – a figure which is absolutely fantastic,” says Laurie.
“I think that level of support offers a solid appreciation from fans about what we are doing as a club and investing and taking things forward.
“We are listening to fans, and we want to make it as affordable and accessible as possible for people to come to Molineux, and our new match to match pricing structure includes away fans as well.
“First of all the prices are frozen from last season, which is important.
“We are also aware that we have some areas inside the stadium where there is more space to fill than others, and have analysed those areas and what we need to do to try and increase attendance in them.
“The quadrant is one of those areas, and so we have brought in the Carling Fans Zone which will be launched for the Middlesbrough game and will see some exciting features during the season to hopefully drive supporters in there.
“The Steve Bull Stand is also one which has a lot of spare seats on a match-by-match basis, and so we wanted to introduce a pricing structure in there to try and get that stand as full as the ones behind the goals.
“So we are categorising fixtures for the Steve Bull Stand as ‘A’ and ‘B’, and the vast majority during the season will be ‘B’.
“For those games the price in that stand will be £25 for adults - a £5 discount - and that will be extended to away fans as well.
“Hopefully that will give plenty of incentive for fans to come along and add to the growth of our Season Ticket base and, along with the investment being made elsewhere in the stadium, give Nuno and the players as much support as possible.
“We want to get off to a strong start and so have designated the opening fixture against Middlesbrough as a ‘B’ game, even though they are very strong opponents who have just come down from the Premier League.
“We wanted to be as competitive as we can on pricing, and, as with the Nottingham Forest game back in April, supporters can bring up to two friends for just £5 each as well.
“With this week’s devastating news about Carl Ikeme, who also played on loan with Middlesbrough, we are working on a number of initiatives for the club and the fans to show their support for Carl at this match, the first time the Wolves family will be back together officially for the new season.
“These activities, and the ways in which fans can show their support for Carl, will be announced in due course.
“I must also say a huge thank you for all of the heartfelt messages of support for Carl which have been sent in to the Club so far which are a true measure of him, both as a player and a person.”
*Match to match tickets are subject to a £1.50 admin fee per ticket when paying by debit or credit card. Buy online and print @ home to avoid admin fees. Season tickets are subject to a £6 admin fee regardless of method of payment.